Big Décor Tips For Small Bathrooms
Bathrooms are one of the busiest rooms in the house, and in most households, the whole family can end up queuing to get showered and ready! Fighting over the bathroom isn’t the best way to start your morning, but there is one thing that will make it even worse – getting ready in a tiny and cramped bathroom! No one wants to feel squeezed into a small space like a sardine when they are trying to get ready for the day ahead. It’s just so inconvenient! Thankfully, if you do only have a compact bathroom in your home, there are some tips and tricks that will help you make it feel a lot more spacious. Here are some to get you started.
Keep Your Walls And Ceiling The Same Color
You might be tempted to paint the walls and ceiling in your bathrooms completely different colors. Most homeowners always opt for a lighter ceiling, as they think that this will make it appear higher. However, if you only have a small bathroom, you will find that painting the walls and ceiling the same color can help to make the whole room feel bigger. That’s because painting everything the same color will make any unusual shapes in the architecture disappear, helping the room to visually expand.
Add Huge Mirrors
Everyone should know by now that adding mirrors to rooms can help to create an illusion of space. And this is definitely the case when it comes to mirrors in your bathroom. But rather than adding lots of small ones, it’s a better idea to go big or go home! Adding large mirrors can help to make it seem like you have opened up your walls. If you can only afford one large mirror, hang it opposite the bathroom’s window. That way, all the natural light will be reflected by it, lighting up the whole room.
Combine The Shower And Bath
There’s no point trying to get away with a separate shower and bath in your bathroom. You just won’t be able to make the room feel spacious. But you don’t have to choose between either of them, as shower baths give you the chance to combine the two. These are bathtubs that have a shower compartment at one end. As you can imagine, having one of these installed rather than a completely separate bathtub and shower cubicle can save you a lot of space.
Get A Sliding Door
If you have a swinging door that opens inwards, it can make your room feel a lot smaller than what it actually is. This isn’t great for diminutive bathrooms! But rather than looking for a door that swings outwards, you should consider getting a sliding door. As this door will simply slide from side to side, there is no way it will have an impact on the space of the room.
Small bathrooms can be very annoying if you don’t know how to use the space correctly. Hopefully, this blog post has helped you figure that out!
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